PP-R pipe for hot water with push-fit connectors -- update

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Re: PP-R vs. Copper for interior piping

Postby Sometimewoodworker » Sat Apr 01, 2017 12:02 pm

kmanonmaui wrote:
Cost is ridiculous, availability is virtually zero, there are almost no fittings available,
PP-R is ubiquitous, and reasonabley priced, welding machines and fittings are everywhere. Push fit virtually nowhere.
PP-R is available for hot water as well.
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Thanks. That certainly makes the decision a "no-brainer". PP-R it is ![/quote]
One point, the hot water version of the pipe will be special order everywhere.

You can see PPR in use in my build, and I think RR as well
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Re: PP-R pipe for hot water with push-fit connectors -- upda

Postby BKKBILL » Thu Apr 06, 2017 5:53 pm

Here is a site for PPR pipe types and fittings. I recommend using this pipe for both hot and cold.

http://thaipp-r.com/product_eng.html
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